Chapter 2 discusses the relevance and potential benefits of the text to the realities of learning system design and configuration. The chapter is presented as an argument in support of the relevance of the work and its perspective on learning. It presents a continuous flow (implicate order), which reflects the structure of the discipline (argumentation). The three-part model of collection, discrimination, and integration into practice is configured into a continuous flow in the argument. This chapter creates interest and expectations in the subsequent discussions, which are reexamined in Chapter 9 to connect expectations with outcomes for the work.
Moye, J.N. (2021), "Overview of the Relevance of Psychophysics to Learning", The Psychophysics of Learning, Emerald Publishing Limited, Leeds, pp. 9-12. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-80117-113-720211002
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